[ ri-man-did ]
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  1. sent back or consigned again, as for revision: A remanded proposal that fails to achieve a 60% majority of votes when reconsidered shall be removed from further consideration.

  2. Law.

    • relating to or being a case sent back to a lower court from which it was appealed: We trust that the facts of the parties' relationship will become clearer during the remanded hearing.

    • (of a prisoner or accused person) sent back into custody, as to await further proceedings: A remanded person awaiting trial at the city’s central prison has complained of overcrowding and poor sanitation.

  1. the simple past tense and past participle of remand.

Origin of remanded


Other words from remanded

  • un·re·mand·ed, adjective

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